Education: Rockefeller's Men

Word went out from 61 Broadway, Manhattan, that George Edgar Vincent is going to retire as president of the Rockefeller Foundation on Oct. i, 1929. It is rather more than likely that his successor will be Max Mason, who is leaving the presidency of the University of Chicago (Rockefeller founded) to become director of the department of natural sciences of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Frederic Campbell Woodward, dean of faculties, has been appointed acting president of the University of Chicago.

Another Rockefeller institution, the International Education Board, lost its president—Wickliffe Rose—through retirement. He will be succeeded by Trevor Arnett, vice president and business manager...

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